CHC OHRID – ALKALOID 22-28 (10-16)

Venue: Biljanini Izvori in Ohrid. Referees: Ismail Metalari and Nenad Nikolovski. Delegate: Dragan Nachevski

CHC OHRID: Brkić, Ojleski 1, Stoilevski, Drogrishki 1, Shipinkoski, Andonoski, Ristevski, Taseski 2, Šafranko, Kukoski, Krstevski, Šešić 5, Orjonikidze 3, Bojanić 4 Cirar 6, Gjorgјeski,

Seven-meter throws: 2/5 Suspensions: 2 min,

HC ALKALOID: Galevski, Trajkovski, Djonov, Markoski, Mladenovikj 3, Serafimov 5, Stojchevikj, Stojkovic, M. Mitev 9, Gjorgiev 2, Velkovski 2, Omeragikj, Bingo 2, Kofiloski, Petkovski 2, Savrevski 3

Seven-meter throws: 2/4 Suspensions: 4 min.

HC Alkaloid delivered a commanding performance, affirming their dominance by securing a triumph in their debut away match and first derby in the new Super League season.

Tonight, HC Alkaloid stormed into action at the Biljanini Izvori arena, surging to a commanding 6:0 lead in the initial moments of the match, forcing the home team to call for an immediate timeout.

Subsequently, a phase ensued in which the home squad managed to erase the difference, leveling the score at 7:7, however that was as far as our team allowed the opponent to go.

As the first period drew to a close, HC Alkaloid reestablished the difference to a plus six lead (16:10). The exceptional defensive display allowed us to maintain control of the score until the end of the match.

In the second half, HC Alkaloid led several times with a nine-goal advantage, but at the finish the home team managed to reduce the difference to six goals.

Marko Mitev emerged as the match top scorer having scored impressive nine goals, while Serafimov contributed five.

This win marked the second victory in as many matches. In the upcoming round, HC Alkaloid will face off against HC Eurofarm Pelister 2 before their home crowd.




Venue: Avtokomanda in Skopje. Referees: Rubin Sedloski and Goran Angeleski. Delegate: Ilija Cvetkoski.

HC MULTI ESSENCE: Ermonoski, Dimevski 1, Kostovski 1, Ilieski 4, Petkovski, Petreski 1, Trajchev, Omeragikj, Trajkovski, Vasilevski, Todeski 5, T. Uzunchev 1, Dimovski 5, Trajkovski, Jordanov, Karasmanakis 7

Seven-meter throws: 4/6; Suspensions: 4 minutes

HC GOLDEN ART: Trajkovski 1, Onchev 2, Gligorov, Daev 4, Shilegov 7, Jankovski 1, Goshevski, Daskalovski, Stojanoski, Milanov 8, Leshnikoski, Bozhinovski, Milosheski 1, Drpljanin 2, Bardakoski, Gajiкј;

Seven-meter throws: 0/0; Suspensions: 4 minutes

HC Multi Essence failed to win any points in its Super League debut. Our young team played on par, both in terms of their game and the score, against the more seasoned HC Golden Art. However, they were unable to turn their drawn shots into goals, ultimately succumbing to a narrow 25-26 defeat.

HC Multi Essence remained an equal opponent throughout the game. The final two-three minutes of the first half proved pivotal, as HC Golden Art managed to net three consecutive goals after holding a slim lead, heading into halftime with a 12-16 advantage.

In the second half, HC Multi Essence was more active and deliberate, orchestrating a 6-2 run to reduce the deficit to two goals, thereby restoring the match’s uncertainty.

At times they managed to reduce the deficit to only minus one, but luck eluded them during critical moments.

In the closing minute, with the score at 25-26, HC Multi Essence had a promising attack and a favorable goal-scoring position, but the opposing goalkeeper made a crucial save, sealing the final score at 25-26.



HC ALKALOID – HC SKOPJE 2020 40:21 (23:11)

Venue: Avtokomanda in Skopje. Referees: Ismail Metalari and Nenad Nikolovski. Delegate: Vladimir Sazdovski.

HC ALKALOID: Romero, Galevski, Djonov 3, Markoski 3, Mladenovikj 5, Serafimov 5, Stojchevikj, Stojkovic, M. Mitev 1, Gjorgiev 1, Trajkovski, Bingo 6, Kofiloski 5, Petkovski 5, D. Mitev 1, Savrevski 5

Seven-meter throws: 5/6; Suspensions: 10 minutes

HC SKOPJE 2020: Stojkoski, Fidanovski, Mishevski 3, Chakalikj 1, Trkalevski, Shokoski 4, Ognenovski, Mitikj 2, Ristovski, Peshkirski, Grujovski 3, Stojanovski, Kiseloski 6, Rangelov 1, Ferukoski, Stojanovski

Seven-meter throws: 5/7; Suspensions: 6 minutes

HC Alkaloid started the new season in the Macedonian Super League with a commanding victory against HC Skopje 2020. The first match unfolded at the Avtokomanda hall, in front of a packed arena, and HC Alkaloid delivered a performance that left the spectators thoroughly satisfied.

Early on in the game, our superior defense produced our undisputable score (5-1, 6-3). While the opponent held a relatively modest deficit of 2-3 goals in the initial fifteen minutes, HC Alkaloid’s dominance steadily grew, and their lead expanded.

Following a 9-7 advantage, HC Alkaloid embarked on a 7-1 streak, surging to a 16-8 lead, and by halftime, they enjoyed a commanding 23-11 lead.

Coach Kiril Lazarov gave all of his players a chance to prove themselves in the court, maintaining a comfortable 12 to 15-goal lead throughout the match, ultimately concluding with a resounding 40-21 triumph.

In a historic moment for the club, international players also made their official debut in the team. Arnaud Bingo emerged as the top scorer with six goals, treating the audience to several captivating moves that drew cheers. Goalkeeper Alejandro Romero showcased his skills in the first half, making crucial saves and allowing for smooth offensive transitions.

In the upcoming round, HC Alkaloid is set to face CHC Ohrid in an eagerly anticipated derby, taking place in the away court.



The new handball season in Macedonia starts this weekend, and both HC Alkaloid and HC Multi Essence are gearing up to face significant challenges, having successfully completed their summer preparations.

HC Alkaloid embarks on its second season in the Super League as the reigning vice-champion of Macedonia, making its debut as Macedonia’s representative in the group stage of the EHF European League.

The accomplishments from the previous season serve as motivation for the club and team to keep improving and growing. There are bigger responsibilities, but also an even greater confidence that with quality work and commitment across all spheres, the club can only move in one direction – forward.

With a refreshed lineup reinforced by the addition of four new players, HC Alkaloid clinched the second spot at the International Tournament in Struga during the preparatory period. They secured impressive victories against the Greek champions AEK and the Serbian squad Dinamo Pancevo.

Preparations were completed after four matches in Croatia and Slovenia, adding the finishing touch to their form. Now, they eagerly anticipate the commencement of the Macedonian Super League and the European challenge.

In the initial phase of the championship, HC Alkaloid will compete in Group A, alongside the teams of CHC Ohrid, CHC Tikvesh, MHC Kumanovo, HC Aerodrom, HC Struga, HC Eurofarm Pelister 2, and HC Skopje 2020.

The championship kicks off with an away match against HC Skopje 2020 at the Avtokomanda hall on September 8th, starting at 07:00 PM.

Meanwhile, HC Multi Essence is set to make its debut in the highly competitive Macedonian Super League this season. This youthful squad comprises handpicked talents who will have the opportunity to progress and seamlessly transition from youth to senior competition by facing off against the finest Macedonian teams.

Leading this young team in the new championship is Ivan Markovski, a distinguished former national team player and coach with experience both domestically and abroad.

During the preparatory phase, HC Multi Essence won second place at the Mile Neshkoski Memorial Tournament in Prilep, triumphing over teams with more extensive experience in the Super League.

In the Super League, HC Multi Essence will compete in Group B, alongside teams including HC Eurofarm Pelister, HC Vardar 1961, HC Golden Art, HC Butel Skopje, HC Tinex Prolet, HC Vardar Negotino, and HC Prilep.

Their championship journey begins at home in the Avtokomanda hall on Saturday, starting at 05:30 PM, with their first opponent being HC Golden Art.



HC DOBOVA – HC ALKALOID 24:33 (12:14)

Venue: Dobova in Dobova, Slovenia

HC DOBOVA: Grodnik, Gerjovic 1, Fabek, Blagojevic, Romž 2, Žitkovic, Maslovak, Ramtah, Mladkovic 5, Pekenlak 1, Kožovic, Tajnik 1, Abramovic 9, Veršovnik 2, Jovanovic 3

Seven-meter throws: 2/2 Suspensions: 6 min.

HC ALKALOID: Romero, Trajkovski 1, Galevski 1, Djonov, Markoski 2, Stojkov 1, Mladenovikj 2, Serafimov 9, Stojchevikj, Stojkovic 4, M. Mitev 2, Gjorgiev 2, Omeragikj 1, Kofiloski 1, Petkovski 1, Bingo 5, Savrevski 1

Seven-meter throws: 2/4 Suspensions: 6 min.

HC Alkaloid finished its Croatia and Slovenia mini tour with a victory over the team of HC Dobova (33:24).

In the last game, the first half was well matched and close, but HC Alkaloid’s players controlled the outcome and took the lead with 7:5, 10:9, and 14:12 at halftime.

The advantage was doubled (18:14) early in the second half, and then our squad recorded its greatest score of plus six (24:18). The home team failed to challenge our team’s lead up until the very end of the game, when HC Alkaloid led with a seven-goal difference, finishing the match with a triumph of nine goals, 33:24.

Martin Serafimov scored nine goals, Arnaud Bingo scored five, and Marko Stojkovic scored four goals making them the best scorers in our team.

After this, HC Alkaloid is returning to Macedonia to continue with the preparations for the Super League and the EHF European League.




Venue: RR Richko in Prilep. Referees: Mitrevski and Todorovski. Delegate: Cvetkoski

HC DUBOCICA: Pavlovic, Milichevic 2, Radulovic 5, Petrovic 1, Trajkovic, Mitrovic, A. Mitrovic, Spasic 3, Atanaskovic 1, Cvetkovic 1, Ristovic 8, M. Pavlovic, Angelkovic 6, Miloshevic 1, Kocic, Ardjelan

Seven-meter throws: 2/2 Suspensions: 2 min.

HC MULTI ESSENCE: Vasilevski, Ermanoski, Dimevski 2, Kostovski 1, Ilieski 6, Petkovski 1, Petreski, Trajchev, Omeragikj 1, Trajkovski, G/ Gjorgievski, Todeski 2, Uzunchev 1, J. Trajkovski, Jordanov 1, Dimovski 2, Karasmanakis 1

Seven-meter throws: 6/7 Suspensions: –

HC Multi Essence won second place at the eighth Mile Neshkoski Memorial Tournament that took place in Prilep.

Today, our squad faced HC Dubochica in the tournament final which ended with an undisputed victory for the Serbian team by a score of 30-21.

All was clear early in the game when the opposing team made a 7-2 advantage that our young squad failed to quash in the extra time, finishing second.

Our player, Bozhidar Ilieski, was named the most valuable player of the tournament.